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Having abnormal cervix tissue, referred to as cervical dysplasia, may also mean other infections are present such as vulvar vestibulitis, making cryosurgery an option. The best way to detect atypical changes is a Pap smear test. The results are graded from 1 (normal) to 5 (cancer); the most common condition is cervical dysplasia, which means disordered growth of the cells forming the cervical lining. Having abnormal cervix tissue, referred to as cervical dysplasia, may also mean other infections are present such as vulvar vestibulitis, making cryosurgery an option.

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Abnormal Cervix

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Vulvar Vestibulitis, Cryosurgery

All women over 35 should be screened for cervical changes regularly, because the early stages of cancer and other dangerous disorders have no symptoms and can be detected only by Pap smear tests. The procedure is a little uncomfortable, but not painful. Having abnormal cervix tissue, referred to as cervical dysplasia, may also mean other infections are present such as vulvar vestibulitis, making cryosurgery an option.

Other Topics: HPV and Pregnancy, Vaginal HPV Infection, HPV Picture Symptom Wart, Oral HPV, HPV Testing for Man, Type of Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papillomavirus HPV, Cervical Dysplasia Natural Treatment, Pap Smear Test Result, Information on Genital Wart

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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